300,000 students responded to the DfE's student satisfaction survey, which also showed that 82 per cent
would recommend their learning provider

Local authorities have been give until 2021 to fully roll out the new national funding formula – a year later than originally stated, to “support a smooth transition”.

A report from the Sutton Trust finds that poorer pupils are less likely to perform well at the end of primary school than their classmates.

The Education and Skills Funding Agency is looking for organisations to supply, manage and accredit Schools Resource Management Advisers so they can be rolled out further.

The Department for Education has released draft guidance on relationship and health education, with the importance of good physical and mental health an integral part of the subjects.

Colleges in the West Midlands will benefit from the latest equipment and facilities to teach the skills the region and the country need, including digital, and construction.

Ofsted has released its report on obesity, which says that while schools are important at reinforcing messages of healthy lifestyles, they are not the ’silver bullet’ to fixing childhood obesity.

More young people from diverse backgrounds will be able to join national youth groups like the Scouts, Police Cadets and Guiding thanks to a £250,000 funding boost.

The annual challenge from Discovery Education engages thousands of children each summer, preventing a dip in academic skills during the long break.

Some secondary schools are giving safety lessons to 11 to 16-year-olds on avoiding knife crime over the summer holidays, with help from Home Office teaching material.

The Autism Education Trust (AET) has had its contract with the DfE extended by another two years, allowing it to help more autistic children and young people get the education they deserve.

Six teaching unions have called on the government to decide whether it will back a call for a real pay rise for teachers in England.